vrijdag 15 mei 2015


The artist Daan Roosegaarde had the idea to lay a layer of waving light on 2 meters above your head at the museum square in amsterdam.
It depicted the sea level if we did nothing instead of all protective measures to stop the water
So looking up to the sky you see the underside of the north sea level instead of the sky.
It was a stunning effect well executed but over now. It was just for 3 days.
Of course you want to know if your picture on your mobile went okay.
For more pictures you can also look on Biebkriebels blog
I dedicate this post to Skywatch Friday here.

15 opmerkingen:

  1. Excellent. Your photos are a perfect capture of the light show.

  2. Like how you were able to capture the light in that last pic, especially.

  3. Wow - that is so gorgeous!

  4. Way cool!
    Have a Nice Weekend, SC.
    Peace :)

  5. What an interesting art display. I'm not sure how it is done in such a way to last three days. - Margy

  6. So wonderful lights. Your photos are also as beautiful as Biebkriebels.
    It would be lovely to be there and see all this.

  7. What an amazing experience that would have been. And how beautiful!

  8. That is amazing! And really gets the point across about climate change.

  9. Wow, that's amazing, colorful, and a little disturbing!